Exercise and Disease: Prevention Through Training
Meyer & Meyer Sport, Jan 1, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 190 pages
Regular exercise increases the average life span and the quality of life these favourable effects are partly mediated by the fact that regular exercise is preventive to a number of diseases. This book offers a description of the effects of exercise on the most common health threatening diseases. It is an important aid for those individuals who work in the fields of prevention and rehabilitation.
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Exercise Oxidative Stress and Muscle Diseases
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